Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada

5 Famous Tourist Places in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada

Weyburn is 10th largest city in Saskatchewan. Famous Tourist Places in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada make Weyburn an amazing tourist destination in Saskatchewan.

As per Canadian census 2016, population of Weyburn was recorded around 10,870. This city is on Souris River, which is 70 km north from North Dakota and is 110 km southeast of provincial capital of Regina.

Word Weyburn is a Scottish word “wee burn,” which refers to small creek. This city is surrounded by Rural Municipality of Weyburn # 67.

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Famous Tourist Places in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada

1. Soo Line Historical Museum: Weyburn and all of its pioneer artifacts are being displayed in very attractive manner by theme.

Charles Wilson Silver Collection, one of the largest private collection of silver that consists of more than 5,000 items.

Archives and Artifacts were from Saskatchewan Hospital, since 1921 – 2004.

 

2. Weyburn Public Library: Weyburn Public Library is free for the residents of Weyburn if they show their ID card while registering themselves for reading book without giving any cost.

This Library has number of books that tell about the Heritage History of Canada and Weyburn. Thousands of people register themselves for free every year to read books

 

3. Weyburn Area Heritage Village: Buildings and artifacts of this heritage village make a huge collection which takes you to the back in time. This place gives you senses of feel and taste the past.

 

4. Weyburn Golf Club: Weyburn Golf Club is situated along picturesque countryside and is just 3 miles southeast region of Weyburn on Highway No. 39.

This Club boasts number of tournaments throughout the whole season and offers pro-shop and licensed dining for enjoyment and relaxation. It is one of the very Famous Tourist Places in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada.

 

5. Turner Curling Museum: In the very first curling museum of world, Turner collection offers number of rare and historical curling pieces.

Memorabilia including more than 18,000 curling pins, books and programs, a set of circular curling irons with brooms, rocks, silver iron handles.

 

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